Castles In Dorset

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Dorset has a rich history of habitation since the Neolithic periods and this is reflected in its hill forts, especially Maiden Castle. Dorset's other strong point, is the few ruined medieval castles dotted around.
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    Highcliffe Castle - 64 Miles (8.7)
    Inside the Castle there are 5 partially restored staterooms housing a gift shop, visitor centre and…Similar
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    Christchurch Castle - 67 Miles (5.9)
    The remains of Christchurch Castle include parts of the mound-top keep, and more unusually the 12th…Similar
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    Badbury Rings - 74 Miles (8.0)
    Badbury Rings is an Iron Age hill fort in east Dorset, England, dating from 800 BC and in use until…Similar
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    Hambledon Hill - 78 Miles (7.6)
    Little remains of the Neolithic activity and the site is more easily identified as a prime example …Similar
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    Corfe Castle - 81 Miles (5.2)
    Thousand-year-old castle, an iconic survivor of the English Civil War, rising above the Isle of Pur…Similar
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    Lulworth Castle - 81 Miles (7.4)
    Lulworth castle, built in the early 17th Century as a hunting lodge, became a country house at the …Similar
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    Sherborne Old Castle - 89 Miles (6.4)
    Built by Bishop Roger of Salisbury in the 12th century as a strongly defended palace, Sherborne Old…Similar
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    Sherborne Castle - 90 Miles (6.9)
    Set in 40 acres of glorious landscaped gardens and grounds around a 50 acre lake, the Castle contai…Similar
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    Chalbury Hill - 94 Miles (5.6)
    Is an 11.9 hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest. With Hillfort Hut…Similar
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    Maiden Castle - 94 Miles (5.9)
    Among the largest and most complex of Iron Age hillforts in Europe, Maiden Castles huge multiple ra…Similar
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    Sandsfoot Castle - 97 Miles (3.9)
    Ruinious remains of a Tudor artillery fort dates back to 1539 . It had two principal purposes; to p…Similar
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    Portland Castle - 98 Miles (5.4)
    The history of this fortress, which overlooks Portland harbour, is diverse and fascinating. Built b…Similar
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    Abbotsbury Castle - 101 Miles (6.4)
    Is an Iron Age hill fort which was occupied by the Celtic Durotriges tribe and was situated on a hi…Similar
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    Lamberts Castle Hill - 109 Miles (5.6)
    Iron age earthworks fort now consisting of grassland with a tendency of surface water especially ou…Similar
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